The purpose of Predictive Maintenance Programs (PMP) is to prevent/reduce unscheduled outage of equipment. The direct business benefits are in: reduced maintenance costs; reduction of breakdowns; and the reduction of maintenance time spent. Benefits that are tempting … but not all your equipment is ‘eligible’ for a PMP.
The Dutch business blog Business.nl published an article about ‘5 need-to-knows before you start with data science’. The experience is that lots of data science projects were started without being well prepared. In the article UREASON’s director consultancy Jules Oudmans gives you five crucial tips to consider, before starting a data science project. For Dutch readers the article is here: http://business.nl/5-zaken-die-je-moet-weten-over-data-science/
Predictive Maintenance is all about predicting failures, to critical assets, in a timely fashion to allow for repair/replacement without too much or no upset(s) to production/processes.
The business case for running a Predictive Maintenance Program (PMP) is clear to most clients/companies. For many we find it is often unclear as to how to run an effective PMP and what techniques to embrace.
This post is too short to dive into the finesses of asset, part selection and using available data and engineering resources such as FMEAs and FMECAs to create models that predict failure and degradation … but long enough to focus on one of the important aspects in PMP: use of event asset data to enhance predictive models and detect early failures. Read more
Event Stream Processing and Complex Event processing is computing on live event streams. Event streams can contain a wide variety of time based occurrences (events). These can range from work orders to alarms, warnings or events associated to process conditions, items in your workflows, events from your assets et cetera et cetera.
Very often event streams contain valuable information when events are occurring in a certain sequence of time or in a specific frequency. In certain cases it is also valuable to know when event streams do not follow a known pattern.
An example of an event pattern for a windmill is:
- An increase in wind speed;
- An stable rotor speed; and
- An increase in bearing temperature.
This may be indicative of a bearing failure. The example is very clear because it correlates only a few events in the time domain and none of the other data that is also contained within the data/event stream of the windmill is shown. Read more
On Sept 29th, Tele2 IoT Talks Utrecht will inspire and energize you to talk about IoT.
On behalf of UREASON, Jules Oudmans, will give a presentation at this inspiring event.
What: Tele2 IoT Talks
When: Sep 29th at 08.00
Where: Stadion Galgenwaard, Utrecht
One of the most popular applications of IoT and M2M is Predictive Maintenance. UREASON has vast experience in this field and recently organized two webinars about Predictive Maintenance. For those of who have missed these webinars, please watch the recordings:
Predictive Maintenance webinar part I
Predictive Maintenance webinar part II
We are pleased to announce that UREASON has achieved the Silver Data Analytics status in the Microsoft Partner Network. At UREASON knowledge is highly valued. To earn this status, our data scientists first completed a series of strict tests to prove our level of technological expertise. The tests include a number of examinations, three perfect references from clients and a number of assessments.
That we have achieved this competence, actually means that our skills, competence and delivered results are of high quality. We have shown to be fully aware of the latest techniques in the field of Data Analytics, which presents a great opportunity for our customers to apply this knowledge to their business.
On May 19th iTanks organizes the Innovation Pavilion XL at the Submarine Wharf in Rotterdam RDM.
More than 80 companies are participating at this fair. During the day you will discover the latest innovations, new technologies and start-ups from the port-related industry. There is also a Financial District for financial advice, an Innovation District for the gathering of knowledge and innovation and inspiring pitches at Rabobank Start-Up Stage!
Please visit us during this event, entrance is free. Register now!
From 25th to 29th April the Hannover Messe will take place. This is the world’s leading trade fair for industrial technology. One of the main topics on this event will be Industrial Internet of Things.
As partner of Microsoft, UREASON will be present at the Microsoft booth nr. C40 in Hall 7.
The incubators of value creation and innovation
6th of April, 2016 | Media Plaza, Utrecht
The emergence of the Internet of Things has a great impact for many companies. It will be a major challenge for today’s business models, but it certainly offers opportunities to develop new products. Also for you!
The Internet of Things Conference focuses on entrepreneurs and companies who are already working now with IoT and provides concrete tools for your own projects.
UREASON will give an inspiring presentation called “Will IoT lead to Infobesity?”
Join them and many more in the next edition on the 6th of April, 2016!
- Get an update on the latest IoT developments
- Meet start ups and innovators who are looking to expand their partnerships
- Hear the latest on security and privacy
- Learn how you can apply IoT as a business case
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